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Pie apples pears and caramel in the pie Ultra Pro Tupperware

I have often said and repeated on this blog : I am a fan of Tupperware, and especially of the range ultra Pro, which I’ve already talked about here (click), (click) or here (click). Ultra Pro is a range of cooking dishes, souventmuni a lid, which can withstand temperatures ranging from -25° up to + 250°C. The ventilation system allows for good circulation of heat and a good moisture regulation (which allows for example the chicken to cook more quickly than in a classic dish, without the flesh will be dry). In general, these dishes go in the fridge, in the freezer, in the oven or in the microwave.

In the range of Ultra Pro, this time I tested the all – new pie Ultra Pro. With a diameter of 23 cm (perfect for 4 to 6 people), it is, as the rest of the range, compatible with the traditional oven, the microwave, the fridge and the freezer and it is resistant to temperatures between -25 and +250°C. It is supplied with a clever lid that allows you to easily carry what you are prepared or just drag them in the fridge or freezer.
The material of which it is composed that it does not need to be buttered and floured when removing the dough (I also remembered too late and I had kept the baking paper to my dough … #TeteEnLAir). And to the last little detail, we may state that it has a bottom slightly curved, which allows you to heat or microwave energy (microwave) to better circulate. you can find this pie in the video by clicking here (click).

In short, I suddenly had the urge to test this weekend and so I’ve done the tour of my cupboards to see what I could drag them : apples that were languishing in the basket with fruits, pears in syrup (because not enough apples) and a few butterscotch chips to finish the pot that I had. I took the opportunity at the same time to test a gadget that was lying with me since a few years, and which had a great effect on my pie.

 

For a pretty pie, it must (in addition to the pie Ultra Pro Tupperware) :

  • 700 g apples
  • 1 box of pears in syrup
  • 80 g sugar
  • 1 CC vanilla powder
  • 15 CC of water
  • A few nuggets of caramel
  • 2 rolls of dough (puff pastry because that is what I had on hand)
  • 1 egg yolk for eggwash

Peel and cut the apples into cubes and cook with the water, sugar and vanilla for 15 minutes and then let cool.
Drain the pears and cut in strips. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

Lined the bottom of the pie dish with a pastry roll and being overtaken on the rim flat. Arrange the cooked apples in the bottom, add the sliced pears and butterscotch chips.
To create the decoration on the top of the pie, I used a large cookie cutter Nordic Ware special pies that looks like this, with a pattern on each face :

It is enough to have the dough on the pattern chosen, roll a rolling pastry on the top to cut the grounds before removing the dough gently.

 

Cover the pie with this dough with overlap edges and weld the 2 layers of pasta together (I made a hem in torsadant the 2 pasta all round before decorating with the fall of the cut).

Pass-foil on the entire surface and bake in the oven until I top of the pie is nicely golden. Remove from the oven and laisseer cool before removing the pie from the Pie Ultra Pro.

 

We had a blast ! The pie was crispy and the filling melts to perfection.

You can obtain this pot pie with a(e) advisor(era) Tupperware ; if you don’t know, I can put you in touch with mine or you can find them near you here (click).

For this famous cookie-cutter Nordic Ware, it is enough to click on these thumbnails :